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Old 02-28-2010, 06:58 PM   #1
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it's because they know if they get hurt, it's not an out of pocket expense.
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Aaand cue the excuses.


I enjoy my free healthcare services, thank you very much!

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Okay, like 2/3rds of the American Hockey team players are Canadians and play professionally.. Right, like we're going to win against that.

Canada sucks anyway.
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seriously, why do people like hockey all of a sudden? EVeryone I know is suddenly a Captials fans because a local team is finally doing good. I just learned there are only 3 periods.
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I`ve always been a hockey fan and play myself...

and Elesjuan... you know every player on the US team plays professionally as well, right..

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Okay, like 2/3rds of the American Hockey team players are Canadians and play professionally.. Right, like we're going to win against that.

Canada sucks anyway.
you obviously didn`t watch the game. It was extremely close and came to a sudden death goal in overtime.
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seriously, why do people like hockey all of a sudden? EVeryone I know is suddenly a Captials fans because a local team is finally doing good. I just learned there are only 3 periods.
lol..

It happens every year man.. and Vancouver is known to be one of the WORST when it comes to hopping on the bandwagon. I know all about it.
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Started playing at age 5. And never played again after college.

That was an intense game. Very good hockey.
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I'm only pissed my local IHL team got cut years ago.. *******.


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I`ve always been a hockey fan and play myself...

and Elesjuan... you know every player on the US team plays professionally as well, right..



you obviously didn`t watch the game. It was extremely close and came to a sudden death goal in overtime.
Uhm, actually yes I did watch the game and yes it was pretty damn close. So if your canucks are SOOOO much better, how did we even score a goal (muchless TWO!) and take it >5 minutes into sudden deathmatch?? HMMMMMM???

No, you've misunderstood. Most of the American NHL players that I know of are Canadians....

Not like I care, I'm just here to fuel your RAGE fire..
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Ahh.. ok... lol Where did I say the nucks were better. I just said Vancouver fans are the worst for hopping on, and then off the bandwagon.

Anyways, whatever. I just thought I would try to stir some ****

Canada now holds the record for most gold medals by a host country as well as most gold medals by any one country in the winter olympics. And as much as you Americans always say `Canada sucks`... I know it dosen`t and wouldn`t live anywhere else (especially here in Vancouver) and that`s all that matters to me.
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I know it dosen`t and wouldn`t live anywhere else (especially here in Vancouver) and that`s all that matters to me.


Sorry, I like to stir **** too.


I can say I'm jealous of your weather right now. 40* Here. Ready for spring like 2 weeks ago.
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WAOOOOOOOOOOOO sid the ****** kid
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If I pointed out that healthcare isn't free, would I be stirring the pot too?
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Sorry, I like to stir **** too.


I can say I'm jealous of your weather right now. 40* Here. Ready for spring like 2 weeks ago.
It goes the other way around too. The ski season here has been TERRIBLE... on the one year we host the Olympics.

But... I`ve been out riding (my motorcycle) earlier this year than any other in the past 5. It`s been over 10* (Celsius) regularly for the past few weeks. Normally it`s snowing on the mountains.

And I think someone already poked fun at the healthcare system up top. It`s not all free. I had to fork out a whopping $120 for a cavity filling last week.
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If I pointed out that healthcare isn't free, would I be stirring the pot too?
Shhhhhhhhhhh!

Sure its free, I dont think any of the 50% of my income that they take goes to any of that..lol.

Great game, as it always is when the two best hockey countires get together.
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Wicked Game.. I'm glad with the outcome.. I normally get to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs and they just SUCK!!!!

GO CANADA GO!!!!
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That game was goooood!
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And I think someone already poked fun at the healthcare system up top. It`s not all free. I had to fork out a whopping $120 for a cavity filling last week.
Thats about what I paid to have my gallbladder removed in 2005... Did I mention the insurance wasn't provided by my employer, I paid out of pocket for it..
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$120? Holy, dont you have benefits?
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